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Do you think ADHD-PI and ADHD-PH/I are separate disorders?

Do you think ADHD-PI and ADHD-PH/I are separate disorders?






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Re: Do you think ADHD-PI and ADHD-PH/I are separate disorders?

what is adhd-ph/i?
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Re: Do you think ADHD-PI and ADHD-PH/I are separate disorders?

Does PH/I stand for Predominantly Hyperactive-Impulsive by chance?

If so...then ABSOLUTELY I think it is different than ADHD-PI (Predominantly Impulsive).
The separation being the missing elements of being "hyperactive" with PI.

I wish they'd go back to the ADHD and ADD labels. It seemed so much simpler! lol...I still call myself ADD just because how clearly it conveys that I'm NOT hyperactive.
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Old 02-03-18, 01:12 PM
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Re: Do you think ADHD-PI and ADHD-PH/I are separate disorders?

ADHD-PI = Primarily Inattentive (DSM-V)

ADHD-PH/I = Primarily Hyperactive Inattentive (DSM-V)


In other words..

Do you think ADD without hyperactivity and ADD with hyperactivity are separate disorders?






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Re: Do you think ADHD-PI and ADHD-PH/I are separate disorders?

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ADHD-PI = Primarily Inattentive (DSM-V)

ADHD-PH/I = Primarily Hyperactive Inattentive (DSM-V)


In other words..

Do you think ADD without hyperactivity and ADD with hyperactivity are separate disorders?



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I do not because I’ve experienced both as I’ve mentioned before. As a child I was primarily hyperactive. As an adult I’m primarily inattentive with a hyperactive or racing mind. To me it’s the same disorder. It just changed it’s presentation as I got older.

Extreme excitement as a child became extreme anxiety as an adult.

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Re: Do you think ADHD-PI and ADHD-PH/I are separate disorders?

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Does PH/I stand for Predominantly Hyperactive-Impulsive by chance?

If so...then ABSOLUTELY I think it is different than ADHD-PI (Predominantly Impulsive).
The separation being the missing elements of being "hyperactive" with PI.

I wish they'd go back to the ADHD and ADD labels. It seemed so much simpler! lol...I still call myself ADD just because how clearly it conveys that I'm NOT hyperactive.
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ADHD-PI = Primarily Inattentive (DSM-V)

ADHD-PH/I = Primarily Hyperactive Inattentive (DSM-V)


In other words..

Do you think ADD without hyperactivity and ADD with hyperactivity are separate disorders?


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Good, I'm not the only one gets them all jumbled together when I'm typing.

ADHD-PI = primarily inattentive

ADHD - PH/I = primarily hyperactive/impulsive



To help minimize the confusion I wish you would just abbreviate it to ADHD-PI
and ADHD-H/I
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Re: Do you think ADHD-PI and ADHD-PH/I are separate disorders?

Sure I could write the long version if it helps.

Side note: I always make the mistake of writing the word “primarily” instead of “predominately”

ADHD-Predominately Inattentive = ADHD-PI

ADHD-Predominately Hyperactive/Impulsive = ADHD-PH/I

ADHD-Combined = ADHD-C




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Re: Do you think ADHD-PI and ADHD-PH/I are separate disorders?

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Sure I could write the long version if it helps.

Side note: I always make the mistake of writing the word “primarily” instead of “predominately”

ADHD-Predominately Inattentive = ADHD-PI

ADHD-Predominately Hyperactive/Impulsive = ADHD-PH/I

ADHD-Combined = ADHD-C




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I think this was the typo Luna was referring to.

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ADHD-PH/I = Primarily Hyperactive Inattentive (DSM-V)
Hyperactive Inattentive instead of Hyperactive impulsive.
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Re: Do you think ADHD-PI and ADHD-PH/I are separate disorders?

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I think this was the typo Luna was referring to.



Hyperactive Inattentive instead of Hyperactive impulsive.
Yes sorry that was my mistake..






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I think this was the typo Luna was referring to.



Hyperactive Inattentive instead of Hyperactive impulsive.
Yes. I noticed I had done that myself earlier in the thread ... when it was too
late to edit it of course.

I used 'inattentive' in both cases, rather than 'inattentive' in one and 'impulsive'
in the other.
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Re: Do you think ADHD-PI and ADHD-PH/I are separate disorders?

Does anyone have a web link of them using the term "Hyperactive Inattentive"?

I did a quick google search and can't actually find anywhere that has that listed as s sub type of ADHD. I've certainly never seen this before.

But I still think they'd need to remain separate...again for the same reason I gave above. There's a lack of being hyperactive in those who have ADHD-PI.

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adjective: hyperactive

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Re: Do you think ADHD-PI and ADHD-PH/I are separate disorders?

Depends how you look at disorders, if we are thinking of the ADHDs as clusters of symptoms that often present simultaneously, than yes, seperate
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Re: Do you think ADHD-PI and ADHD-PH/I are separate disorders?

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Does anyone have a web link of them using the term "Hyperactive Inattentive"?

I did a quick google search and can't actually find anywhere that has that listed as s sub type of ADHD. I've certainly never seen this before.

But I still think they'd need to remain separate...again for the same reason I gave above. There's a lack of being hyperactive in those who have ADHD-PI.

Isnt hyperactive inattentive just called combined? I believe that was my diagnosis but come to recall i dont believe ever being told specifically, but that might have been his point lol.
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Re: Do you think ADHD-PI and ADHD-PH/I are separate disorders?

Given what is presented in the DSM-V, by definition, no, they are not separate disorders.


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Re: Do you think ADHD-PI and ADHD-PH/I are separate disorders?

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Isnt hyperactive inattentive just called combined?
That's what I'm thinking. I'm confused cause I can't find anywhere that refers to "hyperactive inattentive".

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Given what is presented in the DSM-V, by definition, no, they are not separate disorders.
Doesn't it split it between Hyperactive and Inattentive though? And have different criteria for each?
I may be wrong. I've never actually looked inside of an actual DSM-5 book to check the entry on ADHD.
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